Lecturer & Subject Specialist Political Science Test No. 61

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Political Science Test 61
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Political Science Online Test No. 61

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' Liberalism' is the anti-thesis of:

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Individualism is also known as:

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Modem individualists are for:

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The modem liberals seek to protect the interests of:

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Who said ' Liberalism is a passion for liberty'?

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Liberalism stands for:

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Which one of the following Liberal thinkers advocated the principle of " greatest good of the greatest number'' ?

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Who defined Liberalism as " the theory and practice of individual liberty, judicial defence and the Constitutional state"?

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The term ' Liberalism' originated from the world Tiber' taken from:

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The Liberalism which flourished in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is also known as:

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In the broader sense 'liberalism’ can be equated with:

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According to the liberal theory private property is mainly:

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Who of the following philosophers is considered the exponent of modem individualism?

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Who defined liberalism as "The theory and practice of individual liberty, judicial defence and constitutional state"?

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In the present century the evils of the theory of laissez-faire were sought to be checked through:

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According to the Liberals the state should promote the welfare of:

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Utilitarianism, which is another theory of liberalism, is associated with the name of:

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The modern individualism arose as a reaction against:

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The modem individualists consider the state as:

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The credit for introducing far reaching changes in the Liberal philosophy goes to:

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The liberal theory regards the state:

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Who of the following is the most important exponent of modern individualism?

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The modern individualists consider the state as:

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The principle of ' greatest good of the greatest number' was advocated by:

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Who of the following is regarded as the father of liberal political philosophy?

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